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Thursday, 16 March 2017 18:07

SPRING BREAK FEVER

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Spring breaks is here, or is rapidly approaching depending on your school district, and the sun is out and shining bright. Spring breakers are off; headed outside to hang out in the sun and are staying out later as the daylight hours get longer. If you are under 18 you may want to remember to head back in doors when the night hours reach the double digits. Many of Arizona's cities and town have curfew laws, and while they are not always displayed teenagers who are caught after hours may still face the dismal consequences of the law. Don't miss…
Thursday, 09 March 2017 00:00

TEENS COULD BE BANNED FROM TEXTING!

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Well, while driving that is. A new Arizona bill, SB 1080, that is currently making its way through the Legislature would ban teenagers from texting while driving for the first six months of their license. Arizona is currently one of four states that does not have a statewide law on texting while driving. Legislatures have been working on passing a bill for the state for the last ten years and many believe that this new ban will be the gateway for Arizona to have a stricter law for all drivers. Let us know how you feel about the new possible…
Thursday, 02 March 2017 00:00

THANKS TO SEUSS

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Today is Dr. Seuss' birthday! For us it is hard to imagine a time without the Cat in the Hat or Green Eggs and Ham but back in the 1950s children were taught to read using dull books called Dick and Jane. Thankfully, Ted Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, changed all that when he was commissioned by a textbook publisher to write a children's book for the classroom that used 255 words a six year old could understand. Dr. Seuss took to the challenge and added his own whimsical flair to create the Cat in the Hat story we…
Thursday, 23 February 2017 00:00

FAKE NEWS

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The term "Fake News" has gone rampant, from social media to television news casts; however, while the term has hit the spotlight, fake news is not a new concept. In fact fake news has been around for centuries, if not since we developed the written word. Over the years it may just have become harder to spot, especially on the internet. Today, there is so much information at the tips of our fingers, literally, that we easily trust what we see on the internet and the things our friends post, and that may be part of the problem. We take…
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 16:10

VALENTINES, LOVE AND ARIZONA?

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February 14th is commonly known for Valentine's Day, the celebration of love adorned with flowers, candy and hearts; however, it is also the day that Arizona became a state! On February 14, 1912 Arizona became the last of the continuous states to join the United States of America. In celebration of becoming a state The Arizona Republic has created a slideshow of 100 thing you might not know about Arizona. Check it out while eating those candy hearts!

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